At 70, NASCAR driver Morgan Shepherd has no troubles keeping up with the kids. He’s frequently near the top of the standings and he sees no need to slow down. But racing isn’t the most important thing in his life. He reveals what is.
At 69, Morgan Shepherd is the oldest driver on the NASCAR circuit. But it’s speed off the track that’s really getting people’s attention. Find out how he ran down a teenage thief and wrestled him to the ground for police.
More and more in the world of racing, women are smashing stereotypes and kicking some tires. Yes, it turns out the Good Old Boys club is more co-ed than you’d think!
At the age of 81, Hershel McGriff is the oldest driver in NASCAR history. It’s not that he hasn’t thought about retirement; after all, he retired for the first time back in 1954. He says he just missed the action.
Dale Inman was crew chief for Richard Petty when he won all seven of his NASCAR Championships. He added another with Terry Labonte. That’s far more than any other chief in NASCAR history. But what’s he up to today? A visit with Growing Bolder, of course!
Established and operated by the forgotten pioneers of stock car racing, the Living Legends of Racing Museum is not easy to find, but well worth the search for anyone interested in racing’s roots.
When Barack Obama won the presidential election he kicked in a door that some believed might never open. The same is happening in the world of racing, only it’s women walking through this door.
Where in the world is Delma Cowart? Right here on Growing Bolder! The infamous racecar driver left the track years ago, but his zeal for life and his determination have never wavered.
GB believes it’s not about the destination; it’s about the journey. In racing terms, it’s not about the checkered flag; it’s about the green flag. That brings us to Delma Cowart, approaching his 67th birthday and still telling NASCAR tales.
These days, three-time NASCAR Winston Cup champ Darrell Waltrip is one of the best-known race commentators.